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MAT Eligibility Criteria 2019 - All India Management Association (AIMA), the conducting body of Management Aptitude Test (MAT), lays down the eligibility criteria of MAT 2019. Before filling the application form of the exam, it is essential to know the MAT eligibility criteria. As per the MAT 2019 eligibility criteria for the December exam, candidates must have completed their graduation in any stream from a recognized institute. There is no age limit to appear for MAT. AIMA will conduct MAT exam on December 8, 2019 in PBT mode. The authorities conducted MAT 2019 on computer-based mode on December 14, 2019. The application form for the MAT December exam released on October 4, 2019. The last date to apply for the paper-based exam are December 1, 2019 and December 06, 2019 for PBT and CBT mode respectively. MAT exam is conducted four times a year - February, May, September and December. Careers360 brings to you the complete details of MAT 2019 eligibility criteria. The result of MAT December session will be announced tentatively on last week of December, 2019. Latest: andidates AIMA has released the application form of MAT December session on October 4, 2019.
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Highlights of MAT Eligibility Criteria 2019
Candidates who have completed their graduation in any of stream from a recognised institute or university are eligible to apply.
Final year graduates from any discipline including, science, humanities, commerce or engineering stream from a recognised institute or university are eligible to apply
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Age limit - There is no age limit for those taking up MAT 2019.
The number of attempts - There are no restrictions on the number of attempts for taking up the MAT.
Other points to be kept in mind -
No job experience is required to apply for the exam.
A certain number of seats are reserved for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes.
A candidate can apply for the exam as many times as he/she wants to
The final year graduate students who clear MAT 2019 need to submit proof of the completion of their graduation. Failure to do so will result in the cancellation of their admission to a respective institute.
Eligible candidates must submit the online MAT Application Form before the deadline. The application fee for MAT 2019 was Rs. 1550 if candidates are applying to only one mode, i.e. CBT or PBT. However, one will require to pay an additional Rs. 1100 for applying in both the exams, ie. Rs. 2650 for both PBT and CBT examinations. The fee had to be submitted along with the application form. Candidates can choose the mode/s (online/offline/both) of examination as per their choice.
Candidates who successfully registered for the exam could download the admit card of MAT 2019. The admit card of MAT 2019 December offline test was released by the authorities. It was available for download on the official website. For the online test, the admit card was released on December 10, 2019 . The link for the same was available on this page as after the release of the admit card. As per the MAT exam pattern, the duration of the exam is two hours and 30 minutes (150 minutes).
MAT score is accepted by more than 600 B-schools across India.
Note : The application form of MAT December session has been released on October 4, 2019. Candidates can check the official website for more details.
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More than 20,000 students wrote the CLAT EXAM last year for admission to undergraduate courses and around 10,000 of students pass out from NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITIES every year.
(The actual figure could be much more because we have not taken into consideration the number of students who pass out from other Law Colleges and Universities in India) and half of the same number (5,000) either get placed into firms, or have already decided and planned for their Legal career ahead. The residual half are the ones who are in a dilemma as to what next.
We at Law Schools are taught about majority of the Laws that prevail in our mother land but when it comes to how and when to apply them, these institutions are in fallacy. This guide is for that residual 5,000 students or more who have least or no idea as to what they should do with their Law degree. Below are some major steps that you can take when your course is going to end.
Be a Litigation Lawyer
Most of the students who graduate from a Law College opt for this option. This field of career is the one corresponding to the clichéd Lawyer we see on television or in movies. After you receive your Law degree, you can enroll yourself to any State Bar Council and then sit for ALL INDIA BAR EXAMINATIONS.
Once you pass in it, then you can practice as a Lawyer in India. It is a very lucrative career option but challenging as well. One can earn minimum Rs 10 lacs p.a. if he or she excels in this field.
Sit for Competitive Exams (UPSC)
Many aspirants prepare for Competitive Exams like UPSC while
taking coaching or preparing themselves. With great financial support, this is a great choice of career involving the opportunity to service the nation and the public at large.
Sit for Judiciary Exams [PCS (J), HJS]
Judiciary exams are one of the most prestigious exams in the country which hold the portal for the most coveted profession in the Legal Fraternity- The Judge. Students after passing out from their Universities can sit for Judiciary exams like PCS (J) and HJS. It is a tough exam to crack but once cracked, opens the opportunity for being one of the most respectable and responsible citizen of the country.
Pursue Further Studies (LLM)
Pursuing LLM is another option one has when he or she prefers to land on a profession that involves vast and extensive research or pedagogy. One can pursue research fellowship programmes through the government after completing their masters. Once chosen, you may get an opportunity to study and research abroad completely or partially funded by the Government. For being eligible to teach in Law Schools one needs to have a Master’s degree as well as NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY TEST Qualification. Along with this a good experience and a well written resume can also help.
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First of all there's no specific aggregate set for MAT, one needs to have passed graduation in any discipline from a recognized university.But, yes different colleges accepting admission based on MAT scores might have different eligibility criteria that may vary.
You can go ahead for preparation for MAT, you have to balance your work as well as preparation, there are many people who're working yet preparing for different entrance exams. So, you have to make your plans accordingly and devote time in the similar manner.Also, you have advantage here as MAT is conducted four times a year.
Hello Jyoti, MAT is a very good choice for you considering that you are doing BBA. You can go for MBA because that will raise your chances for getting a job and most of the companies are looking for MBA degree holders for work. You have other options like to change your path and prepare for civil services examinations or BANK, SSC examinations.
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